These are cute knots that are not demanding to the length of your natural hair, so you can do pretty well without any extensions. Here are20 suggestions on how to customize this pretty protective style.
#1: Neat Bantu Updo
A simple and neat updo with tight knots done with love is something that flatters any girl. This ‘do is the perfect natural style to showcase your exemplary baby hair.
#2: Ornamental Bantu
Ladies with shorter hair, do not fear. You CAN still rock bantu knots on short hair. If you think they look too small and simple, add braided designs in between your knots to get a cool dimensional style. Let your imagination run wild with all the patterns you can create!
#3: Fit for Fitness
Unlike popular protective hairdos – long box braids, weaves, and crochet styles – the knots will not stop you from getting in an amazing work out. They stay right and tight through any sweaty routine.
#4: Goddess of Protection
Incorporating embellishments into any hairdo adds something special – your something special. Cowrie shells are known to represent opulence and affluence amongst other meanings. Plus, they are just cute and resemble the shape of your knots, so this could be a pretty nice idea to personalize your updo.
#5: Nubian Queen
Afro textured hair is truly unique and fascinating. Bantu knot will add a whole new level of mystique to your kinks. Add an eye-catching hair piece or a necklace that rests on your forehead, along the hairline, and is held by your side knots – what a clever and cute solution!
#6: Knotted Half Updo
A compromise when you are late for work? Whatever the reason behind styling your hair this way – go on with your bad self. Unleashing your inner Lioness can only lead to good things. Note that bantu knots look good with circular earrings.
#7: Golden Triangles
One thing people are anxious about when coloring their hair is what it will look like when their natural hair begins to grow and the roots show. For those in that boat – have you seen this beauty? A word of caution, bleaching leads to dry hair. Be very gentle when manipulating colored tresses.
#8: Buttery Blonde Bantu
Bantu knots on natural hair are not the only way to rock the mini buns style. This piece of inspiration is for ladies with silky, relaxed hair. The process works the exact same way as it does on kinkier textured locks, and the look is just as fabulous.
#9: Night Out Style
Twisting and wrapping your curls in knots is a pretty universal styling solution. In this example the knots look edgy (along with the bold make up and piercings), while the same updo can suit a romantic girl in a floral dress.
#10: Braided Bantu Buns
Tired of fluffy curls? Tame them with braiding. Beginning your bantu bun with a braid is another way to get your personal touch on the popular hairstyle. Section out a chunky piece of hair and plait it from root to tips. Take that braid and create your textured knot!
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